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Applied Behavioral Analysis

As a student in the Applied Behavioral Analysis program, you will gain an enriched background in behavior analytic theory. Get ready: Our program is designed to prepare you with a strong core knowledge and practical application of the behavior analytic principles necessary to become a New York State (NYS) licensed behavior analyst (LBA) or a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA).

Applied Behavioral Analysis, Advanced Certificate

The Advanced Certificate in Applied Behavioral Analysis provides you with an understanding of the principles of learning and behavior analysis, emphasizing research design and measurement systems. With a focus on behavior interventions, planning and implementation, ABA students use their advanced certificate to teach functional behavior skills to individuals at every age level — infancy through adulthood. You will also utilize the knowledge and skills gained from this program to assist in the increase of functional behavioral skills in individuals at all age levels, from infancy through adulthood.

Career Advancement

Earning the Applied Behavioral Analysis Certificate will prepare you to work in multiple fields. As a New York state (NYS) licensed behavior analyst, you could work with individuals diagnosed with autism.

Program Highlights:

  • Must have a master’s degree
  • Minimum 3.0 G.P.A.
  • 29 credit hours
  • Meets newest academic requirements for licensure as licensed behavior analyst*
  • Meets academic requirements for eligibility to sit for the board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) examination

*The Advanced Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis meets the newest academic requirements for licensure as Licensed Behavior Analyst in accordance with Subpart 79-17 of the New York State Commissioner’s Regulations. License applicants must meet additional requirements as outlined by NYS Education Law Title VIII, Article 167 and Commissioner’s Regulations Subpart 79-17.

The program also meets the academic requirements for eligibility to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) examination.